During Microsoft’s Inside Xbox: X018 Special, Microsoft revealed that 14 games will be receiving mouse and keyboard support, including Fortnite.
Announced back in September, we now know the titles that will be updated, with some updates arriving as soon as next Wednesday, November 14.
The first 14 titles are as follows;
In Fortnite, players will be matched up against other players using keyboard and mouse.
In addition, Razer has announced a wireless keyboard and mouse that is being designed from the ground up for Xbox One and that more information will revealed at CES 2019, though any standard keyboard and mouse will also work.
In addition to keyboard and mouse support, Microsoft also announced that it will be acquiring Obsidian Entertainment and inXile Entertainment, revealed the release date for Crackdown 3, unveiled 16 new Xbox Game Pass titles, and much more.
Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN who can take on anyone in Fortnite with a mouse and keyboard using just a controller. (No, he can’t.) You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst.